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Baby Lisa Irwin - still missing - 3 years later.

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posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 12:25 PM
Baby Lisa’s father addresses speculation at vigil marking 3rd anniversary of her disappearance

Dozens gathered at the home of Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley to pray for the safe return of their daughter, Lisa, reported missing Oct. 4, 2011. She would be four years old today.

“This is, obviously, a pretty difficult day for us,” Jeremy Irwin, father, said. “It marks three years of Lisa being not home where she belongs, but it feels good. It’s nice to get her back on TV … and remind people she’s still out there and we’re still looking for her.”

Irwin said he doesn’t know what happened to his daughter. He said he returned home from work and she was gone. Irwin said the last three years have provided little information that would lead to her whereabouts.

“We haven’t learned a whole lot in the past three years,” he said. “Certainly, you’re not privy to police information, and that’s probably one of the more difficult parts is not being able to know anything that anybody’s doing while this is all going on.”

Irwin and his wife have been the target of speculation in the Kansas City community. When asked about this, Irwin said it’s something that doesn’t affect them.

“It doesn’t bother me,” he said. “It’s not about Deborah or myself. It’s about Lisa, and as long as they’re talking about Lisa, that’s what matters.”

Irwin said he just wants his little girl to come home.

“We’re going to keep working, we’re going to keep doing TV when we can, we just want her to come home,” he said. “She’s out there somewhere.”

A $100,000 reward is being offered for information that could bring Lisa home. Those who may have information are asked to call the TIPS Hotline at 816.474.TIPS.

It’s October. That doesn’t mean Halloween for me - but another year passing without knowing where little Lisa Irwin is - or what happened to her.

Opening a new thread - it’s been 4 years now, including an updated photo (presuming she would look this way) in hopes maybe someone might have seen her.

The child in Greece was not her, later possible sightings - not Lisa... No, she’s still missing.

I’ll link to the Lisa Irwin - Missing - One Year Later thread as I can’t find the original thread. When I do I’ll list that also.

Anything you’ve got to add? I’d appreciate it.

edit on 30-10-2014 by silo13 because: title fix

posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 02:16 PM
So sad.
How are you related to the case?

posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 02:31 PM
a reply to: Mr Headshot
Only in that I started a thread here years ago when the case 'broke' and I've been following it ever since.
I'm angry about it - and sad - disgusted with the reaction from the media. The whole thing just stank from beginning to end and still reeks.
In the end a baby is still missing.
Or, not.


posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 02:36 PM
No matter how slim the chances are of finding her, there is still hope. There are stories of kids who were missing for far longer and then found. The sad part is that the longer the child is with another family, if she is with another family, is that the child becomes attached to those people and not the real parents.

posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 02:44 PM
a reply to: Night Star

Well, at this point? If there's an 'innocent' family out there who has Lisa - (Meaning they thought they were buying into a legal adoption and it was nefarious as can happen when lawyers get involved) - I hope she stays with them and they love her to pieces.

Normally (here) I would offer up my opinion of Lisa going back to the Irwin/Bradley couple but it's not very positive and personal opinion of the parents is not the gist a this thread.


edit on 30-10-2014 by silo13 because: clean'ed it up

posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 05:21 PM
a reply to: silo13

Being 3 years, it would be sad as hell for someone if they adopted her not knowing and having to give her up, but Being only three years, I would like to see her with her real family. If it were my daughter, I would fight tooth and nail to get her back.

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